This matrix shows which pair has the most number of hits. The top rows and the numbers in the first column represent the lotto numbers from 1 to 42. The number where two numbers intersect refers to the number of hits (or frequency).

Here's an example on how you can combine 6 lotto numbers out of 42 numbers based on the matrix above.

**How to use the spreadsheet**Here's an example on how you can combine 6 lotto numbers out of 42 numbers based on the matrix above.

- Pick a favorite number. If you want, you can pick the one with the most number of hits. Let's pick 3, for example.
- From 3 across to 3 down, pick the one with the most number of hits. The corresponding lotto number is your second number. That will be 6.
- Based on your second number, i.e., from 6 across to 6 down, pick the one with the most number of hits. The corresponding lotto number will be your third number.
- Repeat the same procedure until you have combined 6 numbers.

There are many ways you can use the matrix. You can devise your own rules. A simple method will be to pick the 5 highest hits for each number.

**How To Use the Matrix in Your Local Lotto**

If you want to use the matrix in your respective state lotto or country, what you can do is to keep track of the daily results. By using color coding, highlight the hits that correspond to a pair. This way you can study or observe how the numbers in your country or state are behaving.

Enjoy and good luck and stay positive!